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Serving Cache County and the Bear Lake Area

Services Include:

  • A Safe Place

    Emergency Shelter

  • Light in the Darkness

    24-Hour Support Line (435) 753-2500

  • Hand to Hold

    Advocacy and Support Services

  • Life Saving Support

    24-Hour Response Team

  • Place to Heal

    Therapy Services

  • Brighter Future

    Children Services

CAPSA is a non-profit domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape recovery center serving Cache County and the Bear Lake area. It provides support services for women, men, and children impacted by abuse. All of our services are FREE and confidential.


CAPSA’s mission is to provide safe, caring, and confidential shelter, advocacy, and support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and to reduce incidents of abuse through prevention education.


At CAPSA, we imagine a world with empowered survivors, safe homes, and children living without fear. Every day we work toward our ultimate goal of ending domestic violence in our community.

Our Philosophy

We believe in individual worth. We believe a person in an abusive situation has the right to understand the options available to them, and be in control of his or her own decisions.

We believe that individuals:

  1. Have the right not to be abused.
  2. Have the right to freedom from fear of abuse.
  3. Have the right to choose available options and resources.

100% of your donation Help Survivors


of every dollar goes directly to survivors

When you contribute, you can feel good that your gift benefits individuals impacted by domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape. 84% of your donation goes directly to support services, while 16% is used for the cost of running the business and securing contributions that make our work possible.

For full financial transparency, you can view our 990 IRS reports for the last 2 years.

For financial data from prior fiscal years, please contact the Executive Director or Operations Director at (435) 753-2500.

Annual Report

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